The 70th Annual Golden Globes ceremony, with hosts Tina Fey & Amy Poehler, airs live Sunday, January 13th on NBC at 8pmEST/5pmPST. Is there any reason for you to miss it? Not when Hollywood icon Jodie Foster is receiving the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award. In honor of the great history of this award, we take a look back at all who've received it.
1983, Laurence Olivier, 75 Years Old
The greatest Shakespearean actor of all time was not only a master of the Bard's work -- his villain in Marathon Man will go down in history, too.
1984, Paul Newman, 59 Years Old
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Hustler, The Sting -- if there was ever a screen legend who made the so-called bad guys look good, it was this blue-eyed icon.
1985, Elizabeth Taylor, 52 Years Old
One of the most beautiful Hollywood dames of the end of Hollywood's Golden Age, this Cleopatra and Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? star was the last of her kind.
1986, Barbara Stanwyck, 78 Years Old
This film-noir starlet was one hard-boiled gal, and her performances in 40s classics like Double Indemnity inspired a whole generation of detective movie fans.
1987, Anthony Quinn, 71 Years Old
This pioneering Mexican-American actor broke ground for Hispanic actors in the US, wowing Americans with his great work in classics such as Lawrence of Arabia.
1988, Clint Eastwood, 57 Years Old
The Man with No Name was his first indelible screen portrayal, but hardly his last -- decades after his lifetime achievement award, Eastwood is still doing great work in films like Gran Torino and Million Dollar Baby.
1989, Doris Day, 64 Years Old
One of the most pristine and charming starlets of the 50s and 60s, this great actress held her own against iconic actors in films like Pillow Talk and The Man Who Knew Too Much.
1990, Audrey Hepburn, 60 Years Old
This most cultured and refined of all Hollywood actresses became the standard bearer for classiness with her work in films like Sabrina and Breakfast at Tiffany's.
1991, Jack Lemmon, 65 Years Old
This great star was brilliant at playing the lovable loser who you just had to root for, as he did memorably in The Apartment, among other films.
1992, Robert Mitchum, 74 Years Old
This star's iconic performance in southern gothic The Night of the Hunter will go down as one of the most terrifying turns in all of movie history.
1993, Lauren Bacall, 68 Years Old
This beautiful ingenue seduced Humphrey Bogart -- and the world -- with her great work in films like The Big Sleep.
1994, Robert Redford, 57 Years Old
This famously handsome star was a lovable sidekick to Paul Newman in their two best films, Butch Cassidy and The Sting.
1995, Sophia Loren, 60 Years Old
The onetime sexiest woman in the world broke Cary Grant's heart -- and won ours, with her turns in films like Marriage Italian Style.
1996, Sean Connery, 65 Years Old
The originator of the James Bond role, there will never be another quite as suave and self-assured.
1997, Dustin Hoffman, 59 Years Old
This two-time Oscar winner has a boatload of incredible performances, perhaps none more so than his portrayal of an idiot savant in Rain Man.
1998, Shirley MacLaine, 63 Years Old
She moved us to nonstop tears with her unforgettable performance in Terms of Endearment -- what more needs to be said?
1999, Jack Nicholson, 61 Years Old
The sunglasses. The smile. The eyebrows. Is there anything about this star of stars that's not iconic? His performance in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is one for the ages.
2000, Barbra Streisand, 57 Years Old
She was the oddball ingenue of the 60s and 70s -- and who could forget her mesmerizing singing in Funny Girl?
2001, Al Pacino, 60 Years Old
No one did menacing better than this method acting legend, who carried The Godfather into greatness.
2002, Harrison Ford, 59 Years Old
This classic action movie star didn't take no guff from nobody, and was especially charming in all of the Indiana Jones films.
2003, Gene Hackman, 72 Years Old
This hard-boiled, fast-talking legend always had a surprise up his sleeve, and his late career star turn in The Royal Tenenbaums is one of our favorites.
2004, Michael Douglas, 59 Years Old
Greed is good if what you're greedy for is great acting, and from Wall Street and beyond, this great has supplied us with plenty of it.
2005, Robin Williams, 53 Years Old
America's number one funnyman always had us laughing, but it was his tearjerker performance in Good Will Hunting that really got us.
2006, Anthony Hopkins, 68 Years Old
If you read this acting legend's name and don't instantly recall his genius turn as Hannibal Lecter, you either haven't seen The Silence of the Lambs or there is something totally wrong with you.
2007, Warren Beatty, 69 Years Old
This sex symbol proved that he was more than just a pretty face with his work both in front of and behind the camera for Reds, among many other great films.
The award was not presented this year.
2009, Steven Spielberg, 62 Years Old
The originator of the contemporary blockbuster has done both serious and fun, but we believe that Schindler's List will be the film he's most remembered for.
2010, Martin Scorsese, 67 Years Old
This genius director of gangster films has been entertaining us for years, perhaps never so much as he did with his mob classic Goodfellas.
2011, Robert De Niro, 67 Years Old
Another true legend, this master of the craft gave brilliant work in two of the all time greatest mob films: The Godfather: Part II and the aforementioned Goodfellas.
2012, Morgan Freeman, 74 Years Old
This gentle-spirited actor's sage performance in The Shawshank Redemption is one of the true reasons it's become such a cult classic hit.
2013, Jodie Foster, 50 Years Old
From her child actor turn in Taxi Driver to The Silence of the Lambs and beyond, this intellectual actress has always pushed the boundaries of her craft.
There you have it -- 30 years worth of recipients for this fantastic award. Any snubs? Anyone you don't think deserved it? Let us know!